Lonely? Eggnog Pudding Recipe --Comfort Food Par Excellence!
This eggnog pudding recipe is a genuine comfort food. Nothing soothes better on a cold or lonely winter evening. It’s guaranteed (almost) to cheer you up. Or choose this same recipe for a breakfast eggnog for a “feel good” send-off for the morning’s work or school. The same eggnog pudding recipe works for either the drink or the pudding.
6 eggs, preferably from free-range hens
Combine the first four eggnog ingredients into blender. Blend for 60 seconds or so until all ingredients are well mixed.
Pour eggnog ingredients into saucepan and heat gently until mixture thickens.
(Note: If you remove pan from heat when eggnog ingredients just begin to thicken, you'll have a delightful eggnog to drink. If you allow mixture to thicken more, you'll have a delightful pudding to spoon.)
Allow mixture to thicken to desired density. Spoon into cups. Serve with dash of cinnamon or nutmeg or both. Enough for about 12 people.
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